Rain Risk 2, based on development roadmap released in April 2019, is expected to move from Early Access to full release in the spring of this year. According to a quick Google search, the spring of 2020 will end in less than a month – and today, the Hopoo Games developer announced that the planned launch won’t happen on time.
“As we all know, the next update is 1.0, the last update until we leave Early Access. Earlier this month, I ran a quick tweet to get feedback about what RoR2 1.0 looks like to you,” studio write. “From that tweet, we not only learned that there are some areas of improvement we can work on, but also that you are passionate about what could be RoR2 1.0 – with lots of fantastic suggestions and ideas about things that aren’t on the original road map. “
“What we want to make sure is that RoR2 1.0 is truly a complete game experience, and that means not only completing and perfecting content, but enhancing and repeating old features and content that has been left behind. To fulfill the purpose of what version 1.0 of RoR2 can , we want to let everyone know that we will release 1.0 in August 2020. “
Hopoo stressed that the delay was not a result of the COVID-19 outbreak, saying that it was “largely unaffected” by the pandemic. Rather, it is entirely due to an expanded plan for full release, which will include new stages, bosses, items, equipment, and most importantly of all, the addition of a browser server.
“Quickplay serves an important function at launch, mainly because we don’t know how popular the game is – but the QP feature is barebone. Not only that, but the game has evolved in the past just to find a match – you have to find the right pair,” Hopoo wrote . “We think the default Browser Server (and hosting) will still allow you to connect and find other players easily while providing many features and choices that you want to make before connecting to the game.”
Host migration is not yet available (it is unclear whether it is a planned feature) but Hopoo expressed hope that letting people choose the game they want to play through the browser, rather than relying on the desire to play fast, means that there will be fewer instances of people stopping playing for “reasons can be fixed.” The studio also promises more “Developer Thinking” updates, “highlighting any interesting or additional features we add,” ahead of the full release.
An updated Rain Risk 2 roadmap is below.
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